Matthew Silvestrini received B.S. degrees in Chemical Engineering and Chemistry in 2011 from University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Prior to joining the Ferrara lab, he worked on developing neurosurgical devices for stem cell transplantation to the brain at UCSF. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at UC Davis, where his research is focused on studying the effects of combining immunotherapy and MRgFUS ablation.
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